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We offer event space, coworking areas and amenities that help nonprofits do their best work.


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Who is eligible to use the space?

Registered Bay Area 501(c)(3)s are eligible to apply for membership. If membership is granted, your organization is eligible to use the space - free of charge (see FAQ for qualified counties).

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Description of the Google community space

Begin our virtual tour at the center of the Community Space. The space is anchored by a wrap-around wooden wall with built-in bookshelf, which is shaped to reflect the waves of the San Francisco Bay. Along the right wall of the space, floor-to-ceiling windows reveal stunning views of the Bay Bridge, the San Francisco Bay, and the lively crowds on the Embarcadero. Against the window is a long, communal table, which seats approximately 15 coworking guests. Continue into the coworking space to find a cozy lounge with comfortable couches and a communal table seating an additional 10-15 guests. Featured in the coworking area is a Liquid Galaxy wall and a technical exhibit (not pictured). Enter the Main Event Space, our largest event room (2096 ft2), which seats up to 150 guests, has a beautiful mural on life on the Embarcadero (not pictured) and is ideal for meetings, trainings, learning sessions and receptions. The room opens up into the micro-kitchen, which is stocked with snacks and beverages. Revisiting the bookshelf, continue down the left corridor, past men's and women's restrooms, to enter our Workshop Space. The Workshop Space, at 1109 ft2, seats up to 50 guests. Its barnyard door, wooden peg walls stocked with markers and craft tools, as well as a maker's table make it best for creative brainstorming sessions and hands-on creative collaboration. Exit the room and continue down the hall to enter the small conference room.This conference room, at 297 ft2, is great for more formal meetings and discussion. It is equipped with a conference phone, board style table and seating for 12, with chairs along the wall for up to 8 additional guests. Just outside of the conference room are two all-gender restrooms, which face the Google reception desk.

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